Mythic Irish Art

While visiting the Brú na Bóinne about an hour north of Dublin, Greg and I had the opportunity to view Jane Brideson’s Ever Living Ones collection.  This collection brings together Ireland’s sacred landscapes and ancient myths in moving contemporary artwork.  Her art is currently displayed at the Brú na Bóinne Visitor Center in County Meath.  Jane’s blog has more details on the exhibit location.

If you are in County Meath or in Dublin and have time for a day trip, Jane’s art and the neolithic mounds at Brú na Bóinne are definitely worth the drive/bus ride to go see.

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Hello! My name is Dr. Sydney Yeager. I'm a Digital Anthropologist with over 15 years of experience in mixed-methods research, focused on making sense of human behavior and experience. I have a passion about identifying and solving the right problem and believes human-centered research is the key to doing that in the most ethical and efficient way. Earning my Ph.D. from Southern Methodist University in Cultural Anthropology focused on social media user experiences and their health consequences, I've worked in digital marketing, market research, and product management.

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